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Management



Important Vocabulary


  • Seemingly: Apparently
  • Software: Computer programs
  • Effort: Work, time, and energy
  • Hardware: Computers and other machines
  • Trainees: Young workers still learning their jobs
  • Expertise: Knowledge and skill
  • Layers: Levels of strata (People having the same social, economic, or educational status)
  • Verify: To make certain that something is true
  • Amended: Corrected or slightly changed
  • Downfall: Collapse or failure



Completing Sentences With Vocabulary


[ achieved | board of directors | communicate | innovation | manageable | performance | resources | setting | supervise ]

  1. Managers have to decide how best to allocate the human, physical, and capital resources available to them.

  2. Managers - logically - have to make sure that the jobs and tasks given to their subordinates are manageable.

  3. There is no point in setting objectives if you don't communicate them to your staff.

  4. Managers have to supervise their subordinates and measure and try to improve, their performance.

  5. Managers have to check whether objectives and targets are being achieved.

  6. A top manager whose performance is unsatisfactory can be dismissed by the company's board of directors.

  7. Top managers are responsible for the innovations that will allow a company to adapt to a changing world.


Matching up the Verbs and Nouns to Make Common Allocations


  • allocate - resources
  • communicate - information
  • develop - strategies
  • make - decisions
  • measure - performance
  • motivate - people
  • perform - jobs
  • set - objectives
  • supervise - subordinates


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Extracted From:

MacKenzie, I. (2002). English for Business Studies: A course for Business Studies and Economics students (Second). Cambridge University Press.



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